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Havergal Brian's "Faust"


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« on: April 18, 2020, 02:16:36 am »

Very excited about Faust! With the CDs of The Tigers and our own broadcast of Agamemnon on here, that leaves only The Cenci and Turandot unheard on record (apart from extracts).

As for Prometheus, I think it has always been hoped that the full score would turn up some day, but it's not looking hopeful, sixty years after it disappeared. It seems it would be a very big job, that the orchestra was very important. Still I imagine that a reconstruction has been seriously considered.
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